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Thursday, February 26 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
3D: Becoming a Mainstream Application (AICP)

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The use of 3D applications within GIS continues to increase and evolve. Recent technology advancements and friendlier data formats has enabled organizations of all sizes to use 3D for a variety of applications including hazard mapping, smart planning, sustainable growth, and insurance purposes. Once viewed as an advanced application only meant for savvy GIS professionals, current software makes 3D accessible to all GIS users.

  • Using 3D GIS to Build and Disseminate Flood-Related Scenario Visualizations
             Greg Dobson
    Visualizing environments in 3D can greatly aid community decision making when addressing flood scenarios, including flash flooding, sea-level rise, and storm surge. This presentation will look at some of the latest technologies for building, interacting with, and deploying 3D visualizations.

  • Visualizing Tomorrow, How 3D GIS Supports Urban Master Planning
             Eric Brady

  • The City of Raleigh - Transformation to a 3D Smart City
             Jim Alberque, Geoff Taylor
    This presentation will focus how the City of Raleigh/Esri has transformed their 2D GIS Data into a Smart 3D City Model and how it will be used to support the city and engage citizens. We will show how the use of 3D has moved beyond its earlier time-consuming and costly manual modeling routine into a practical, semi-automated modeling process. You will also be exposed to the concept of Procedural rules has enable the rapid modeling of smart 3D city models from data attributes. We will take a close look into the data requirements for creating a smart 3D city model, extracting features from existing LiDAR and imagery if data does not exist, the different levels of details of the 3D city model and benefits of each, WebGL, and potential use cases for 3D.


Moderators
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Judy Johnson

System Analyst IV/GIS Coordinator, City of Greenville

Speakers
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Jim Alberque

Web and GIS Program Manager, City of Raleigh
Jim is the Web and GIS Program Manager for the City of Raleigh. With the great team in Raleigh (including partners), the City has advanced the use of 3D.
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Eric Brady, GISP

GIS Project Manager, Bergmann Associates
Eric lead’s Bergmann Associates’ 3D GIS program and is amazed to see the evolution of geospatial technology over the last 15 years. He has an MA in Geography from University at Buffalo and most of his work experience has been as a GIS programmer. His passion is finding simple solutions to complex problems.
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Greg Dobson

Research Scientist | GIS Coordinator, UNC Asheville National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center
Greg Dobson serves as a Research Scientist and the GIS Coordinator for UNC Asheville's National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center. His work focuses on the use of GIS and other geospatial technologies in support of a wide range of projects including decision support tools, land use, 3D applications, and weather and climate.
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Geoff Taylor

Esri
Working out of Esri's Charlotte, North Carolina office, he supports the 3D workforce in the Movie, TV, Gaming, Commercial, Government, and Architectural industries with their 3D modeling needs & CityEngine implementation. Prior to working at Esri, he served as a GIS systems engineer for Clemson University and is also a founding partner of HewittNassar Studio, a landscape architecture, urban design, and planning firm with offices in South... Read More →


Thursday February 26, 2015 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Room 302 C

Attendees (27)